Ivy – Play for Ten Children about finding your way home

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When the flowers, owl and parrot find Ivy asleep in their garden, they are very excited. It’s been such a long time since they last had visitors. When Ivy wakes up, she informs them that she lives in the white house just close by on the hill. Then she tells them that she’s not going back because her parents don’t want her in this play for ten children.

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Play for ten children

IVY – PLAY FOR TEN CHILDREN

When the flowers, owl and parrot find Ivy asleep in their garden, they are very excited. It’s been such a long time since they last had visitors. When Ivy wakes up, she informs them that she lives in the white house just close by on the hill. Then she tells them that she’s not going back because her parents don’t want her. A play for ten children.

The flowers and birds agree to let her stay in the garden, but say  that if she should wish to return home, it will be up to her to find her way back as the gate she entered the garden through will not let her leave. They cannot reveal the location of the exit gate, as it is secret, but promise that those who truly wish to leave will always find it.

A few days pass and nobody comes to find her. But do her parents truly not want her? What could have happened?

There is music that has been written for this play by Edward Mullen, available on request. 

Read other plays by Jean Blasiar – The Audition – a comic piece.

Author: Jean Blasiar. Music by Edward Mullen

Type: One Act Play

Genre: Play for Ten Children

Cast: 10 actors, 5F, 1M rest most likely  4M/N

Ages of the actors: Children up

Suitable for: Children up

Length: 30 minutes

Set: A lovely flower garden

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – characterization of the flowers and animals, each with their own personalities

Read a Sample of the Script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Ivy

Copyright © December 2019 Jean Blasiar, Edward Mullen and Off The Wall Play Publishers.

Like this play? Other children’s plays with animals:

Another Anansi – traditional tale about a naughty spider who gets a taste of his own medicine!
Adventure of Mojoe and Snowy in Lochloosa – with alligators galore!
Brookland’s Bloomin’ Cats – a musical for kids

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